Sally Mauk

News Director

Sally Mauk is a University of Kansas graduate and former wilderness ranger who has reported on everything from the legislature to forest fires. She also teaches broadcast writing and reporting in the University of Montana journalism school.

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Contaminated fish
2:14 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

State issues “do not eat” advisory for contaminated fish caught in the Clark Fork

Clark Fork river near Paradise
Credit Sally Mauk

The state issued an advisory today against eating northern pike caught in a 105-mile stretch of the Clark Fork river from Missoula to Paradise.

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British Historian
10:29 am
Wed October 16, 2013

British historian says America is becoming a laughingstock

Historian Andrew Roberts

Renowned British historian Andrew Roberts is harshly critical of his country's increasingly isolationist foreign policy - and says America is becoming a laughingstock internationally because of its political paralysis.

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Park Furloughs
2:33 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Furloughed park workers are disappointed – and angry

Glacier National Park public affairs officer Denise Germann

If reporters have a question about Glacier National Park, they usually first call the park's public affairs officer, Denise Germann.

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This Town
1:31 pm
Wed October 9, 2013

Best-seller describes the greed and celebrity-driven culture of Washington, D.C.

News Director Sally Mauk and NY Times chief national correspondent Mark Leibovich
Credit William Marcus

The government shutdown has put Washington's paralysis on full display, but if you want more reinforcement of just how dysfunctional the nation's capital has become, you might want to read Mark Leibovich's best-selling book "This Town".

Leibovich is the chief national correspondent for the New York Times magazine, a former reporter for the Washington Post, and now best-selling author. He has lived and worked in D.C. for 16 years, and is a self-described "insider".

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Whistleblower
11:30 am
Mon October 7, 2013

Whistleblower says war on terror doesn’t justify warrantless eavesdropping on American citizens

Former Department of Justice attorney Thomas Tamm
Credit Joe Newman

Thomas Tamm's career as an attorney with the Department of Justice's Office of Intelligence Policy and Review came to an end during the Bush Administration, after Tamm leaked information to the New York Times that the government was eavesdropping on American citizens without seeking a warrant. The Times story won a Pulitzer prize.

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Keys to Success
11:11 am
Fri October 4, 2013

Consultant says being real is the key to success

Creative consultant Andy Stefanovich

  Businesses and organizations have to be innovative and creative to survive - but that maxim is easier said than done.

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Copple Lockdown
2:28 pm
Thu October 3, 2013

Missoula city councilwoman locked down at the Capitol

Missoula city councilwoman Caitlin Copple
Credit Missoula Independent

Missoula city councilwoman Caitlin Copple was among those locked down in the U.S. Capitol for about half an hour today, because of that shootout near the Capitol.

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Folk Art Exhibit
4:15 pm
Wed October 2, 2013

New exhibit illustrates the individualism of American folk art

Mark Negus, "Stumbler", carved wood

A new exhibit at the Missoula Art Museum showcases folk art from around the country.

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Obamacare Montana
10:56 am
Tue October 1, 2013

State official anxious to see how many of Montana’s 200,000 uninsured will sign up for Obamacare

Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Monica Lindeen

State insurance commissioner Monica Lindeen has been traveling a lot lately, answering questions from Montanans about Obamacare, and what it means for them.

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Forest Poll
1:04 pm
Fri September 27, 2013

Poll shows Americans love their forests – and are willing to pay for them

Blodgett Canyon trail, Bitterroot National Forest
Credit Sally Mauk

Americans love their national forests.

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